Warming temperatures across the globe is a major concern among many scientists, politicians and others. But recent data shows a trend opposite of what we may have anticipated.
All four major global temperature tracking agencies report cooling between one-half and three-quarters of a degree Celsius in the past twelve months.
Many scientists believe this trend is an aberration caused by the La Nina, a cooling of Eastern Pacific Waters that can temporarily change worldwide weather patterns.
A smaller group of scientists believe; however, that this change is worth further study.